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Garden Guru – Trellis, Cucumbers, Watering

Scott Parsons is your Garden Guru and joins us every Tuesday to talk about how to green our thumbs. Today Parsons swings by the KOHO studio to talk about basil not enjoying cooler nights but all the plants that will like the warmer weather that’s on the way like zucchini and tomato. Parsons is building…

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Pet Of The Week – Rocco

Rocco is the Pet of the Week at the Wenatchee Valley Humane Society and their Volunteer Coordinator Story Burke brings him by the KOHO studios. Burke also talks about their low-income pet food bank Saturday, June 30 and an upcoming fundraisers for the shelter.

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Garden Guru – Growing Season 2, Parsley, Romaine

Scott Parsons is your Garden Guru and joins us every Tuesday to talk about how to green our thumbs. Today Dan Langager stops by Scott’s garden to check out how fast the romaine is growing, moving into growing season #2 with tomatoes and peppers and cutting your food budget by growing herbs like cilantro and parsley.

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Pet Of The Week – Aztec

Aztec is the Pet of the Week at the Wenatchee Valley Humane Society and volunteer Michelle Jeffers brings her by the KOHO studios. Jeffers also talks about ways to volunteer, next month’s pet food bank and more.

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Garden Guru – Memorial Weekend, Watering, Farmers Markets

Scott Parsons is your Garden Guru and joins us every Tuesday to talk about how to green our thumbs. Today Scott gives some tips if you’ve just started your garden over the Memorial Day weekend, watering more as temps warm up, patroning local farmers markets and more.

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Pet Of The Week – Verna

Verna is the Pet of the Week at the Wenatchee Valley Humane Society and volunteer Ann Schaechtel brings her by the KOHO studios. Schaechtel also talks about ways to volunteer, Saturday’s pet food bank and fundraisers for the shelter.

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Garden Guru – Potted Gardens, Ants, Fruit Trees

Scott Parsons is your Garden Guru and joins us every Tuesday to talk about how to green our thumbs. Today Scott stops by the KOHO studios to talk about saying goodbye to the dying apricot tree in his yard and using diatomaceous earth to keep ants and other insects at bay. Dan Langager talks about the potted…

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History Of Wildfire Management In Western U.S. Could Provide Model For Future

With wildfire season officially here, forest managers are taking advantage of a wet spring to conduct prescribed burns, thinning fuel that’s lead to so-called “megafires” in the Western U.S. Implementing less reactive forest management tools is essential in reducing fire severity and takes us back to a time prior to 1910 of more proactive approaches,…

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38 Years Later, St. Helens Eruption Created Seismic Shift In Tracking PNW Volcanoes

The catastrophic eruption of Mount St. Helens 38 years ago today not only caused massive destruction and loss of life, but also became a catalyst for a new era of unprecedented scientific discovery, technology development and community awareness. May is Volcano Preparedness Month in Washington – an opportunity to become more familiar with volcanic hazards…

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Pet Of The Week – Louie

Louie is the Pet of the Week at the Wenatchee Valley Humane Society and their Volunteer Coordinator Story Burke brings him by the KOHO studios. Burke also talks about their low-income pet food bank Saturday, May 26 and an upcoming fundraiser for the shelter.

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